This unassuming little ouzerie by the bus depot is the local favourite for seafood. From kydonia (mussels with garlic and Venus clams) to sea urchins, crayfish and more, ‘To En-dheka’ (as it’s pronounced) serves all…
Myrina’s lonely hilltop kastro (castle) dates from the 13th century and occupies a headland that divides the town from its popular beach. The ruins of the Venetian-built fortress are imposing, but deserted, except f…
On a leafy terrace near the sea, Karagiozis morphs from snazzy frappé-cafe by day to a drink-till-you-drop bar under the stars. Sturdy, fair-priced drinks.
Lively open-air beach bar at Riha Nera, open all day and most of the night, with decent drinks and an all-ages clientele.
Myrina’s fine neoclassical mansion-museum overlooks Romeïkos Gialos Beach and contains 8th- and 7th-century-BC finds from Limnos’ three major sites of: Poliohni, the Sanctuary of the Kabeiroi and Hephaistia. Worth s…
Homemade pasta, good Limni wine and excellent mayirefta dishes, with an emphasis on meat, are served at this iconic place under two majestic plane trees, halfway along the agora's main street.
Near the end of the waterfront, To Limanaki serves up well-priced fresh seafood and late-night meat grills, along with cheery service and good Limnos wine.
A waterfront favourite known for well-prepared fresh fish at decent per-kilo prices. It also has postcard-worthy sunset views across the sea to Mt Athos.
This modern eatery and takeaway with a nice seafront terrace serves large portions of salads and pasta, as well as omelettes, crepes and waffles.
Waterfront cafe serving up great crêpes, cheesy snacks and coffee in the morning, and drinks in the evening.